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Thursday, February 09, 2012

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- TONIGHT: Newcastle vs QPR - FA Youth Cup

- World's Richest Clubs: (QPR Not Included) - Deloitte's Annual Report - .... The Money League: Chart ...Read Entire Report

- Is relegation inevitable for QPR? Thomas Bermingham Blog/EPLIndex

- On This Day in Football: February 9 including...QPR Humiliated by Southend...and Flavio Briatore booed after Mick Harford's QPR Lose (Again) 1-2 at home to Ipswich

- Capello Resignation Aftermath

- John Terry Captaincy Aftermath: Reactions - Including from England Manager, Fabio Capello

- West Ham's New Signing Reported Homophobic Rant/Tweet

- Change at QPR Holdings...New Name Associated with the Mittals, Sudhir Maheshwari appointed

[Putting QPR Finances into just a little perspective: ArcelorMittal Lost a billions dollars in the last three months!]

- Next: Blackburn: Past Results/Shared Players/Reports

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- Emergency Loans Set to be banned from 2014 - Thanks to FIFA!]

- Football Aid 2012 – Play at Loftus Road. And Help Charity!

- PFA's Gordan Taylor Warns of Crowd Abuse of Players Complaining of Racism

- QPR and the Other 19 Premiership Clubs Sign Sports Charter Against Homophobia (Don't think been a separate QPR Announcement re this)

- Remaining Fixtures: Bottom Six Clubs


West London Sport/Dave McIntyre

Defender resigned to leaving QPR

Clint Hill accepts he will leave QPR at the end of the season after being told he will not be given a new contract.

The defender, whose current deal expires in the summer, had hoped to extend his stay at Loftus Road.

But Neil Warnock twice failed to convince the club’s hierarchy to offer Hill a contract prior to his sacking as Rangers manager and the player has since been nudged down the pecking order by the signing of Taye Taiwo.

Hughes was keen to sign a left-back.

He was recently included in boss Mark Hughes’ 25-man Premier League squad but his first-team chances look slim, so Hill is preparing to move on.

“I think when you get knocked back for a new contract like that you pretty much know where you stand,” he told West London Sport.

“I’ll give my all if I’m called upon and then will hopefully get fixed up at the end of the season.”

Hill, 33, went on loan to Nottingham Forest when he was out of the QPR side earlier in the campaign.

But Hughes has indicated that he is reluctant to allow his fringe players to go elsewhere between now and May.

“I can completely see where he’s coming from. A manager in his position will often want to call upon an experienced player if he needs to,” said Hill.

“The manager’s spoken to me and has been top class. I just think the club’s now heading in a different direction.”


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